If we make the rule earlier, and every one follow it, there will be less problems and be more efficiency doing our works. Rather than spend lots of time on these problems.
Leadership Objectives There is a lot that I want to accomplish from by leadership, but initially I prefer to be very careful in those. Each person has their own objectives that they want to accomplish as a leader-scholar-practitioner. Similarly, I too have plans to implement. My plans that I want to accomplish as a leader-scholar-practitioner are as follows: • Implementing proper communication channel: Proper communication channel improves the communication process.
Always keeping other people personal concerns to myself, and not meaningfully cause any damage to those trusted to our care. Always working together with others to promote better care for patients; continue personal education to be able to maintain high efficiency in our field. Knowingly everything I do must be towards the best result for everyone involved. Always improving in any skill that comes my way, and showing others that is always possible to do better when you have the right set of mind to do it (Code of
Abuse does not discriminate against any socioeconomic class, gender, age, or ethnicity. There was such an emphasis on the importance of connection and relationships to Precious, which made me realize how important it will be for me to connect on multiple levels with my clients. The case worker and teacher were constantly looking out for the good of Precious. This reminds me that I need to have my client 's goals and interest in mind and not to have a personal agenda of my own. I want to be a safe place for people from all backgrounds to be comfortable enough to share their struggles and be
It will be required to explain to the teams that any plans must be understood, agreed to and followed perfectly (McMains and Mullins, 2013). I will have to ensure that Bradley carefully understands how he will gain by doing exactly what the tactical team asks him to do, ensuring he repeats what I’m telling him, not as to demean him but to facilitate trust and reassurance. Also, this sets a calm pace for the team to avoid any unnecessary verbal or physical roughness during the
The theme wants us to take pride in the idea that we should defend our morals at all costs and believe whole heartedly in what we know is right while not letting anyone mistreat us is a key aspect of this piece. Cahan hints on not letting oneself be intimidated by inexcusable behavior in an attempt to keep things smooth and to keep from causing any issues. In the story he presents the need for personal pride very clearly. It grabs the reader at the heart, showing how important it is for a person to stand up for what they believe in, and in this case to not allow oneself to be crushed in the name of a paycheck. A persons ideals reach beyond the needs of the flesh, and those who have been there when it is hard, unwilling to sacrifice their morals to the enemy have been idolized.
However, Mr. Webb stated, “if you always follow the rules, never deviate from them, and treat everyone the same, then people will say oh! They are mean or hard, but they are fair”. He also encouraged me to always remain calm no matter the situation. If the client becomes irate, remain calm and eventually, the client will calm down too, and will begin to trust you with their personal information. Doing my volunteer practicum at Union Mission it allowed me to see the need for social workers.
Soldiers can tell if we are trying to help or if we are just talking just to go by. All I expect from the Soldier is, respect, commitment and trust. The Soldier have certain responsibilities in order for us as leaders to help them. They need to provide the proper documentations if necessary, and they need to do their
You always behave, get work done on time, respect others, show your manners, and etc. Being a leader means you set a certain criteria for everyone around you and not show them what they should be, but show them that they have the potential to be that and more. To be a leader you must be supportive of your peers, help those in need when possible, you must be able to preserve through adverse situations with critical thinking, and above all inspire yourself and others to strive for the best of their
1. My philosophy of leadership is about collaboration and teamwork. Respecting and treating everyone the same, is key to supporting a good team atmosphere. I believe when a leader puts effort and care into assisting others, then their peers and followers will naturally want to support them. It is also important for a leader to recognize, that advocacy must never become so important that the critical elements of leadership are neglected (e.g. policy enforcement, command support, etc...).
The golden age of the railroad has long since passed, but what you may not realize is that trains are responsible for transporting a whopping 12 million containers filled with all kinds of products each year. Think about that the next time your kids are counting cars on a train! Most railway tracks course through unpopulated areas of the country, through deserts, across prairies, and over mountain ridges. However, enough trains pass through towns and cities of all sizes to make train safety an issue. Consider these numbers: About every 3 hours a person is hit by a train.
The America I believe in is where everyone is to be respected, no matter of their religion or race. Before this country was even founded we have stood by one another through many tragic events in history. We’ve gone through many wars and even a war against ourselves. Heck, we almost had a nuclear war! The one thing that matters is that we all have gotten through it all together.
Responsibly to America Our country has responsibilities of being a U.S. citizen. The United States is a land full of responsibilities that taking care of children, paying bills on time, or respecting things. Having to obey the federal, state, and local laws are that responsibility to follow all of those laws. America is the country that has a lot of opportunities for a U.S. citizen to have a lot of responsibilities. Respect is one of the main responsibility to have anywhere we are, or what we are doing.
As leaders, it is important to communicate our priorities and values so that every Soldier knows what is expected. Reading and absorbing this philosophy will give you a solid ground for what is expected from you and what you can expect from me. Rely on the Army values to help you make good decisions. In particular, remember the following values: • Integrity: Having integrity is, to me, one of the most important Army values. Having integrity means you do what is right even when no one else is around.